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Old 01-11-12, 21:45
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My Uncle Charles Miller in The Middlesex Regiment ,got killed the 4 Sep 1939 in Hong Kong he is the one second left and capless
Look a right bunch dont they ?
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Another of Charles
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Old 01-11-12, 22:04
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My Uncle Henry Miller during the second world war dont know which Regiment
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My Grandfathers Brother Alexander Miller in The Army Service Corp Remount Company First World War
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Old 01-11-12, 22:17
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Soldiers and their horses at Leagrave c1916. My granddad did war work here before he enlisted in 1916.
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Soldiers at 253G PWW Camp. Mousehold Heath, Norwich 1946/7


German soldiers, prisoners of war awaiting repatriation from 253G PWW Camp c1946

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Broughton Abbott of the Lancashire Fusiliers, b 1892 Barnoldswick. He had been a soldier for 7 years when he died of wounds on 26 April 1917 near Calais. He had seved in India and the Dardanelles. He was shot in the legs at Suvla Bay and spent time in hospital in Malta before returning to England for a year. 5 weeks before his death he was sent to France and was wounded again in both legs, his right leg was amputuated above the knee and nursing sister WM Langlands wrote to the family to tell them of the grave situation, and then again to inform them of his death. He was my great grandmother's brother.
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My grandfather, Walter Henry Clark (1888-1965), 2nd Lieutenant, Dorset Regiment outside his parent's home, The Ferns, Winscombe, Somerset in the summer of 1915.
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My grandfather, Walter Henry Clark (1888-1965), Captain (according to his army record so why only two pips?) Royal Engineers in 1943.
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